Pampa was an old WWII practice landing strip for the bombers out of the Pampa and probably Dalhart bases. Started out running to the South on the N/S side, then later switched first to running east, kinda uphill, then finally in about 63, running east to west. Some of the names I remember running there were Jackie Mize out of Lubbock, Carroll Caudle, who would drive his 55 4 door chevy down from Texoma, change the rear end at Jack Nichols Enco station, then go out and race, change the rear end back out, and drive home. Some other names were Bob Birdsong-62 409 chev, Jimmy Rich-60 chev 348(?), coulda been a 409 the way it ran, Billy Puckett-58 Chev 348 tri power, David Potter-62 white 409, Fred Hughes 60 Corvette, Billy Parker- 64 Thunderbolt, RD Thomas- small block Anglia, Coke Royal- 62 409, Jackie Mize- 62 Corvette, Gene Goss- 55 Chevy F/G. We rented a set of lights from somebody, and had guys at the finish line with stop watches and two ways calling back times. There was a factory lightweight 63 1/2 Ford 427 SS/S from Woodward, OK sponsored by Furgason Ford that was there some also.